High Point University president Nido Qubein has been announced as the 2018 and 2019 Wyndham Championship honorary chairman. As the honorary chairman, Qubein will serve as an ambassador for the PGA TOUR event which provides important economic and charitable benefits for the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina.
High Point University students Jenna Tarantino and Quinn Riddle are taking their small business ideas to Raleigh this summer. The entrepreneurs are two of 10 college students selected to participate in the RIoT Accelerator Program and will spend three months expanding and building their business plans.
More than 120 local children are participating in High Point University’s annual STEM Camp for the next two weeks. The camp focuses on a variety of experiments such as making slime and learning about earthquakes, gravity, energy and forensics. At their grand finale on June 28, they’ll launch rockets they’ve worked to build and experience […]
During an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Josh Groban, alongside Tony Awards Co-Host Sara Bareilles, touches on his experience as High Point University’s 2018 Commencement speaker.
An excerpt from Josh Groban’s 2018 Commencement speech at High Point University was featured on NBC’s Nightly News on June 1, 2018. Groban challenged the graduating class to surround themselves with people who understand and support them throughout their journeys. See more of HPU’s Commencement coverage here!
Summer months are upon us, and while that means cookouts, pool parties, garden work and beach trips, it also means an increased risk of skin cancer. Dr. Joy Greene, assistant dean and professor in High Point University’s Fred Wilson School of School of Pharmacy, offers advice and methods of staying protected during warm summer months.
HPU awards five Say Yes Scholarships annually, three of which are presented to Guilford County Schools graduating seniors, and two of which are presented to first generation college students from the city of High Point.
John Mims, High Point University assistant professor of communication, uses his 20 years of public relations and marketing experience to discuss Facebook’s best tactic for regaining the public’s trust after a recent widespread data breach.